Well, the Los Angeles Lakers 1971-1972 record of 33 consecutive wins remains at the top as the Golden State Warriors 28 Game Winnins Streak comes to an end at the hands of the Milwaukee Bucks. The final score was 108-95. Stephen Curry gets held to a Season low of 28 points while the Warriors also earned 24 points and 11 rebounds mainly from Draymond Green. The Milwaukee Bucks at the conclusion of that game go to 108-95. Here are some comments from the Bucks Head Coach, Jason Kidd as reported by Dave Boehler of USA Today Sports, “For us, we didn’t talk about the streak. We talked about playing the World Champs and no matter what, we have to play our best. The guys responded.” and quote. The key point in this game is when Head Coach, Luke Walton rests his Starters at the beginning of the first 5 minutes of the 4th Quarter which saw the Bucks make an 11-2 run to go up ahead 91-79 and never looked back. The Warriors Starters were inserted back into the lineup at 6:57 of the Quarter, but it was too little too late. Nontheless, this should still be recognized by a Defending NBA Champion to start the Season.